any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Thomas Fres » Thu, 24 Sep 1998 04:00:00



Can anybody recommend a good graphical
de* to be used with gcc under X?
I've found a list at

http://www.veryComputer.com/*s/

but I'd like to know which one people prefer. Also,
do they all work with glibc under RH?

Thanks

Tom

 
 
 

any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Craig J Co » Thu, 24 Sep 1998 04:00:00




Quote:> Can anybody recommend a good graphical
> de* to be used with gcc under X?
> I've found a list at

> http://www.veryComputer.com/*s/

> but I'd like to know which one people prefer. Also,
> do they all work with glibc under RH?

> Thanks

> Tom

        I use ddd on my RH5.1 boxes and really like it.  It required motif so
you may want to get a static (or semistatic) binary.  On the other hand, I
have Lesstif and have linked ddd against it.  Lesstif has made tremendous
progress and I use it in place of "real" motif for the few applications I have
that require motif.

        Craig

 
 
 

any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Bruce Stephen » Thu, 24 Sep 1998 04:00:00



> Can anybody recommend a good graphical de* to be used with gcc
> under X?

DDD.  (You'll need gdb, of course.)  It runs fine with Lesstif.  It
doesn't seem to work so well under XEmacs, which is a shame, but I'll
live with that.  I've used ups in the past, and that's good too.
 
 
 

any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Jochen K"upp » Fri, 25 Sep 1998 04:00:00



> DDD.  (You'll need gdb, of course.)  It runs fine with Lesstif.  It
> doesn't seem to work so well under XEmacs, which is a shame, but I'll

How do you run ddd under XEmacs ?

Quote:> live with that.  I've used ups in the past, and that's good too.

Greetings,
Jochen
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any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Bruce Stephen » Fri, 25 Sep 1998 04:00:00



> How do you run ddd under XEmacs ?

From the manpage:

   Using DDD with XEmacs
          Set  the  variable gdb-command-name to "ddd", by inserting
          the following line in your $HOME/.emacs file or evaluating
          it  by  pressing  ESC : (ESC ESC for XEmacs 19.13 and ear-
          lier):

            (setq gdb-command-name "ddd")

          Use `M-x gdb' or `M-x gdbsrc' to start  a  debugging  ses-
          sion.  Proceed as usual.

 
 
 

any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Jochen K"upp » Sat, 26 Sep 1998 04:00:00



>    Using DDD with XEmacs
>      Set  the  variable gdb-command-name to "ddd", by inserting
>      the following line in your $HOME/.emacs file or evaluating
>      it  by  pressing  ESC : (ESC ESC for XEmacs 19.13 and ear-
>      lier):

>        (setq gdb-command-name "ddd")

>      Use `M-x gdb' or `M-x gdbsrc' to start  a  debugging  ses-
>      sion.  Proceed as usual.

Great !
Using ddd for years, I have not known that all the time. I will enjoy ddd and
XEmacs even more now.

Greetings,
Jochen
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  Universit"atsstr. 1, Geb 26.43 Raum 02.29    phone ++49-211-8113681
  40225 D"usseldorf                            fax   ++49-211-8115195
  Germany             http://www-public.rz.uni-duesseldorf.de/~jochen
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any graphical debugger (RH5.1)?

Post by Bruce Stephen » Sat, 26 Sep 1998 04:00:00



> Using ddd for years, I have not known that all the time. I will
> enjoy ddd and XEmacs even more now.

Well, as I commented, it doesn't work that wonderfully.  ddd is much
easier to use with its own source display, unfortunately.
 
 
 

1. xDuel for xxgdb,gdb - a REAL graphical debugger

      [ Though this program is not currently part of GNU, the FSF is
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      ]

annoncing xDuel 2.1 for xxgdb (FIX from v2.0).

xDuel is a graphical extension to Duel debugging language.

and it enables you to print data structures under gdb(GNU debugger).

inside gdb typing:
(gdb) duel ar[..n]
ar[0]=17
ar[1]=19
ar[2]=23

 will print the elements of array ar - ar[0] .. ar[n-1].
 root-->(left,right)->value will print the elements of a binary tree.

xDuel extends the Duel to enable drawing of the program's state.
The xDuel was implemented in two modes - in gdb (drawing on normal tty)
and in xxgdb - where drawing is done in X-windows.

xDuel enables you to DRAW those data structures - arrays,lists and trees.
look at

http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~frangy


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Added features - graph nodes filtering -
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